Unravelling the architecture vs function relationship in graphene- and molecule-based supramolecular materials for (nano)electronics.
16/04/2014 Chiara Musumeci receives her PhD after successfully defending her thesis.
01/04/2014 Dr. Lili Hou joins the group as a Postdoc.
25/03/2014 Marc-Antoine Stoeckel joins the group as a Master student.
03/02/2014 Corinne Ledger joins the group as a Group Assistant.
14/01/2014 Marco Squillaci joins the group as a PhD student.
10/01/2014 Dr. Xiaoyan Zhang joins the group as a Postdoc.
Electronic characterization of supramolecular materials at the nanoscale by Conductive Atomic Force and Kelvin Probe Force Microscopies. C. Musumeci, A. Liscio, V. Palermo, P. Samorì, Mater. Today, 2014, in press.
Graphene nanoribbons blends with P3HT for organic electronics. M. El Gemayel, A. Narita, L. F. Dössel, R. S. Sundaram, A. Kiersnowski, W. Pisula, M. R. Hansen, A. C. Ferrari, E. Orgiu, X. Feng, K. Müllen, P. Samorì, Nanoscale, 2014, in press.
Organic electronics marries photochromism: generation of multifunctional interfaces, materials, and devices. E. Orgiu, P. Samorì, Adv. Mater., 2014, 26, 1827–1845. Link to article.
Titanium dioxide mesoporous electrodes for solid-state dye-sensitized solar cells: cross-analysis of the critical parameters. S. Colella, E. Orgiu, I. Bruder, A. Liscio, V. Palermo, B. Bruchmann, P. Samorì, P. Erk, Adv. Energy Mater., 2014, in press.
High mobility in solution processed 2,7-dialkyl-benzothieno[3,2-b]benzothiophene-based field-effect transistors prepared with a simplified deposition method. S. Colella, C. Ruzié, G. Schweicher, J.-B. Arlin, J. Karpinska, Y. Geerts, P. Samorì, ChemPlusChem, 2014, 79, 371–374. Link to article. Highlighted in Materials Views.